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What’s for dinner? Aligning your principles with what’s on your plate
April 7 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pmFree
April 7th 5:30pm
About this Event
When it comes to food, most of us have plenty of limitations on what we eat: a tight budget, not enough time, cultural traditions, sensitive taste buds, or food deserts, just to name a few.
Despite those constraints, our food decisions can still support our values—whether that’s your health, local farmers, waste reduction, saving for retirement, or other causes. Come have a seat at our virtual table at 5:30 on April 7th as we discuss how the simple act of eating can be an intersection of our values.
In this dietarily inclusive workshop, you will be encouraged to explore how your food decisions align with your values. You will also discover new ways that you can express your values through food, regardless of any constraints you may have.
Whatever your views on food, we would love for you to join us!
This is a free event, but we encourage you to donate what you can as proceeds will be donated to the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA – https://cuesa.org/).
This workshop will be led by Elaine Westcott, a certified holistic nutritionist who helps women make peace with their periods. Learn more about her abundance-based approach to healing at elainewestcott.com.